November - December 2016 Vol. 28, Issue 6.
Addressing Environmental Issues in America's National Parks: A Collaboration Between NASA DEVELOP and the National Park Service
January - February 2016 Vol. 28, Issue 1.
DEVELOP Project Uses NASA Data to Assess Landslide Characteristics in Rwanda and Uganda
July - August 2015 Vol. 27, Issue 4.
DEVELOP Project Uses Satellite Data to Help Control Malaria in Zanzibar
Jan - Feb 2013 Vol. 25, Issue 1.
NASA DEVELOP Students Use NASA Satellite Data to Study Louisiana Coastal Swamp Forests
Mar - April 2012 Vol. 24, Issue 2.
DEVELOP Students Battle Wildfires from Space Using NASA Earth Observations
July - Aug 2011 Vol. 23, Issue 4.
DEVELOP Summer Students Learn Firsthand the Practical Application of NASA Earth Science Research
May - June 2011 Vol. 23, Issue 3.
Langley's DEVELOP Team Applies NASA's Earth Observations to Address Environmental Issues Across the Country and Around the Globe
Nov - Dec 2010 Vol. 22, Issue 6.
NASA DEVELOP Students Rev Up Response to Gulf Oil Spill
Sep - Oct 2010 Vol. 22, Issue 5.
NASA AMES DEVELOP Interns: Helping the Western United States Manage Natural Resources One Project at a Time
July - Aug 2010 Vol. 22, Issue 4.
DEVELOP Students Use NASA Satellite Imagery to Monitor Gulf Coast Disasters
May - June 2010 Vol. 22, Issue 3.
NASA DEVELOP Students Apply Science and Technology to Public Health
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing Journal,
Vol. 75, No. 6
NASA Applied Sciences' DEVELOP Program Fosters the Next Generation of Earth Remote Sensing Scientists
Earth Imaging Journal
DEVELOP: Localizing the Effects of Climate Change
DEVELOP Special Report
NASA Earth Observations Track the Gulf Oil Spill
Bay Area Automate Mapping Association (BAAMA) Journal
NASA AMES Research Center 'DEVELOP' Program
"The White Paper that Laid the Foundation for DEVELOP"
Practical Applications of Remote Sensing
Marine Pollution Bulletin. Feb 2017. Vol. 118, pp. 141-154. Benjamin Holt, Rebecca Trinh, Michelle Gierach. Stormwater Runoff Plumes in the Southern California Bight: A Comparison Study with SAR and MODIS Imagery.
Bulletin of American Meteorological Society. Dec 2016. Vol. 97, No. 12, pp. 2249-2255. Nicholas Luchetti, Jessica Sutton, Ethan Wright, Michael Kruk, John Marra. When El Nino Rages: How Satellite Data Can Help Water-Stressed Islands.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. Oct 2016. Vol 186, pp. 171-182. Michelle Geirach, Benjamin Holt, Rebecca Trinh, Jack Pan, Christine Rains. Satellite Detection of Wastewater Diversion Plumes in Southern California.
Remote Sensing. July 2015. Vol. 7, Issue 8, pp.9822-9843. Stephen Chignell, Ryan Anderson, Paul Evangelista, Melinda Laituri, David Merritt. Multi-Temporal Independent Component Analysis and Landsat 8 for Delineating Maximum Extent of the 2013 Colorado Front Range Flood.
Geocarto International. June 2013. Volume 29, No. 4, pp. 451-467. Michelle Newcomer, Amber Kuss, Tyler Ketron, Alex Remar, Vivek Choksi, Joseph Skiles. Estuarine sediment deposition during wetland restoration: A GIS and remote sensing modeling approach
The Geographical Bulletin. May 2013. Volume 54, No. 1, pp. 1-23. Jason Jones, Marco Allain.
Nonpoint Source Pollution Risk Mapping for Alabama’s Big Creek Lake
Journal of Virginia Science Education. Fall/Winter 2010. Volume 4, Number 1. Anup Myneni, James Myers.
Applied, Interdisciplinary Approach to Student STEM Training and Development
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters. October 2009. Volume 6, No. 4.D.J. Lary, L.A. Remer, D. MacNeill, B. Roscoe, and S. Paradise.
Machine Learning and Bias Correction of MODIS Aerosol Optical Depth
Inquiro. 2009. Volume 3. Nathan Renneboog, Emily Capilouto, Stephen Firsing, Kyle Levy, Marilyn McAllister, Kathryn Roa, Shveta Setia, Lili Xie, Jeff Luvall, Donna Burnett.
Spatial Analysis of Environmental Factors Related to Lyme Disease in Alabama Using NASA Earth Observation Systems
SPIE-IS&T. January 2008. Visualization and Data Analysis 2008, Volume 6809. Jessica Crouch, Chris Weigle, Jonathan Gleason, Yuzhong Shen. Polar Stratospheric Cloud Visualization: Volume Reconstruction from Intersecting Curvilinear Cross Sections
*Underlined names signify DEVELOP participant authors